The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum
Where Are We Today?

What’s at Ground Zero today? The rebuilt World Trade Center grounds opened to the public on November 3rd, 2014. There is one large tower that stands in place of the Twin Towers, with many more buildings over the rest of the grounds. There are more than just office buildings; there is a memorial, a museum, retail space, a transportation hub, the Ronald O. Perelman performing arts center, Liberty Park, Fiterman Hall, and the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church. The entire complex has its own zip code for within New York City (10048). Even with the tragedy of 9/11, Americans found a way to rebuild.  

The steel trees that were the last standing parts of the Towers have since been returned home to Coatesville, Pennsylvania, where the steel was originally made. They help to observe the tragedy that happened in 2001, and are remembered every year at the National Iron and Steel Heritage Museum’s September 11th commemoration.